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  1. Darwin would be most associated with...
    a. determinists
    b. enviromentalists
    c. Marxists
    d. Positivists
    enviromentalists
  2. _______ stressed telling it like it is.
    a. Herodotus
    b. Livy
    c. Ranke
    d. Thucydides
    Ranke
  3. Most common reason for conquest and missionaries:
    a. idealogies
    b. imperialism
    c. revolutions
    d. science and invention
    imperialism-taking over territories
  4. Era of the most agriculture development:
    a. mesolithic
    b. neolithic
    c. paleolithic
    d. protolithic
    neolithic
  5. Not apologetic for creationism:
    a. carbon 14 dating
    b. entropy
    c. gap theory
    d. tool kits
    tool kits
  6. Time of neanderthal man:
    60,000 BC
  7. Sumerians origimated in:
    Armenia
  8. Not cradle of civilization:
    a. Euphrates
    b. Indus
    c. Nile
    d. Oxus
    Oxus
  9. Empire with four Capitals
    Persia
  10. Then-Asia Minor
    Now-_________
    Turkey
  11. Satrapies
    Political units ruled over by a satrap
  12. Not Sumerian city
    a. Erich Kush
    b. Lagash
    c. Miletus
    d. Ur
    Miletus
  13. Egypt most egalitarian (all people are equal) during _____ Kingdom:
    a. Middle
    b. New
    c. Old
    d. Ptolemaic
    Middle
  14. Sargon the Great's nationality
    Akkadian
  15. Then-Mesopotamia
    Now-
    Iraq
  16. Marduk was a
    deity
  17. Conquered Babylon in 539 BC
    Cyrus
  18. Capital of Assyria
    Ninevah
  19. Ahura Mazda is associated with
    Persia
  20. Not associated with Phonecia:
    a. Antioch
    b. Byblos
    c. Sidon
    d. Tyre
    Antioch
  21. The Maccabean revolt was against:
    the Seleucids
  22. Not a characteristic of Hebrew faith.
    a. Civil Disobedience
    b. Free Will
    c. Idolotry
    d. Monotheism
    Idolotry
  23. Lydians are associated with:
    coinage
  24. Then-Nubia
    Now-______
    Sudan
  25. Pharoah who united Egypt:
    Menes
  26. Not in Epic of Gilgamesh:
    a. Enkidu
    b. Sargon
    c. Siduri
    d. Utnapishtim
    Sargon
  27. Tilgath Pileser
    Assyrian ruler
  28. Major god of Assyrians
    Assur
  29. Very subjective histories:
    Polemics
  30. Government by the many
    democracy
  31. Free enterprise system most reflected in:
    a. Calvinism
    b. Catholocism
    c. Fascism
    d. Socialism
    Calvinism
  32. Noted Orator:
    Dmosthenes
  33. Who wrote about the Peloponnesian Wars?
    Thucydides
  34. Who tutored Alexander the Great?
    Aristotle
  35. Who was the Athenian Dictator during the fith century BC?
    Pericles
  36. Wrote Oedipus Rex and Antigone:
    Sophocles
  37. Arthur Evans is associated with:
    Minoans
  38. Acropolis
    hill
  39. Gerousia
    Spartan senate
  40. The Delian League was made up of allies of:
    Athens
  41. Aristophones
    writer of comedies
  42. Hesiod glorified:
    farmers
  43. The simplest column design:
    Doric
  44. Location of Pergamum's
    Greece
  45. Roman tax collectors:
    Equites
  46. The beginning of the Roman Empire:
    27 BC
  47. Participants of Punic Wars:
    Rome and Carthage
  48. River of Rome
    Tiber
  49. Hannibal challenged Rome in the _____ Punic War.
    2nd
  50. Not an island in the Miterranean:
    a. Corsica
    b. Crete
    c. Hibernia
    d. Sicily
    Hibernia
  51. The Gracchus brothers were both:
    Tribunes
  52. Not part of the first Triumvirate:
    a. Julius Caesar
    b. Marius
    c. Octavian
    d. Tacitus
    Octavian
  53. Roman dictator during the Social War:
    Marius
  54. Won the battle of Actium:
    Octavian
  55. Through Calgacus, _____ made reference to Rome's exploitation of the Britons:
    Tacitus
  56. Critias and Lucretius resented ______
    religion
  57. Augustus did not:
    a. increase religious freedom
    b. make the military appealing
    c. provide fire protection
    d. restored temples
    inrease religious freedom
  58. Did not rule before Claudius:
    a. Augustus
    b. Caligula
    c. Tiberius
    d. Vepasian
    Vespasian
  59. Century of the good emperors:
    second century AD
  60. Stopped expansion of Rome:
    Hadrian
  61. Reigned when Polycarp was martyred:
    Antonius Pius
  62. Last "Good Emperor"
    Marcus Aurelius
  63. Wrote about the decline of the Roman Republic:
    Sallust
  64. Brought Rome to it's greatest size:
    Trajan
  65. Time of the Donatist contreversy:
    4th century AD
  66. Muslims conquered Constantinople in:
    1453
  67. Charle Martel defeated the Muslims at Tours in:
    732
  68. Hagia Sophia
    church
  69. Not in the Anglo-Saxon kingdom:
    a. Brittany
    b. East Anglia
    c. Mercia
    d. Sussex
    Brittany
  70. Theodoric: King of the ______
    Ostrogoths
  71. Clovis: King of the ________
    Franks
  72. Jesus was born under the Roman reign of:
    Augustus
  73. Now: Italy
    Then:
    Lombardy
  74. Muhammad's wife:
    Khadija
  75. Year that the Christian church split into Roman and Orthodox:
    1054
  76. Maison Carree
    building
  77. Constantinople was established in which century?
    4th century AD
  78. Margraves
    Border Gaurds
  79. Brought Christianity to the Goths:
    Ufilas
  80. Treaty of Verdun concluded in:
    843
  81. The Magyars are associated with:
    Hungary
  82. _________ believed that maldisribution of wealth caused the declines of Greece and Rome.
    Lactantius
  83. Brain center for England
    Northubria
  84. Crowned Charlamagne as Holy Roman Emperor:
    Pope Leo III
  85. Charlamagne's imperial capital was located at what is now:
    Aachen
  86. Which is the more secularized society?
    a. Babylonian
    b. Greek
    c. Medieval
    d. Roman Empire
    Greel
  87. Who conquered much of the Middle East in the 7th century AD?
    Heraclius
  88. Had monks at Monte Cassino do useful work:
    Benedict
  89. The edict of Maximum Prices coincides with the reign of:
    Diocletian
  90. Roman Emperor who mandated Christianity:
    Theodosius
  91. Apollo of the Belvedere:
    statue
  92. An anti-semite
    Origen
  93. Presbyter=
    Pastor
  94. Wrote the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire:
    Gibbon
  95. Missionary to the Scots and Picts:
    Columba
  96. Critical of secular learning:
    Tertullian
  97. Inaugerated cenobitic (communal) monasticism:
    Pachomius
  98. Determined that Jesus was 100% God and 100% man:
    Council of Chalcedon
  99. Disdained suffering in the desert:
    Cassian of Marseilles

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